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Make Me Mobile is always interested in promoting the charitable work we do. If you would like to stay informed about everything happening at Make Me Mobile, including the latest news, upcoming events, and fundraising activities, check out the latest below. We do our best to update our section with the newest and latest so you’re in the know.

Doctor Talking to Boy in Wheelchair
Paraplegic Sporting Event
Basketball Player on Wheelchair
Purple Dog Balloon

  Make Me Mobile's Board Members are Peter White, Jake Austin and Elizabeth Noone.  

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Nail Can Hill Run West Albury

Recently attended Event


Nail Can Hill Run

On 30th April Make Me Mobile Founder Peter White and Director Jake Austin also from Make Me Mobile, were invited to join the team of RSM (Accountants) at the Nail Can Hill Run hosted by the West Albury Rotary Club.  Jake and Peter had a great day talking to people about what Make Me Mobile aims to achieve in the community and throughout Australia.

Peter and Jake meet the Mayor of Albury

This was a great opportunity for Make Me Mobile Ambassadors Peter and Jake to get out in the community and share the Make Me Mobile Mission.  They met lots of interesting people including the Mayor of Albury Kylie King and were able to explain the community need for such a great charity like Make Me Mobile


Meeting with the Mayors

On Monday 18th of July, Make Me Mobile Founder Peter White and RSM's National Director - Medical Services Pete Nicol meet with Mayor of Albury Kylie King and Mayor of Wodonga Kevin Poulton to discuss how the Charity plans to help members of our community get mobile and have more freedom.  Make Me Mobile are grateful to have the support of our local Leader's and appreciate them taking the time to meet with us.

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Neotheast food and wine Festival

Peter and Jake attended our first ever market stall!


Jake, Maxaminion and Peter

Community Interaction

29th of October 2022

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Tumba Fest 2023

25th and 26th of February

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Dress on the Wall

Peter White and Pete Nicol are slowly getting around all the local clubs hoping to raise support for Make Me Mobile.  If your organisation would like Peter White to do a presentation about Make Me Mobile, please contact Desiree on to arrange a time and date! 

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Make Me Mobile Charity's frequently

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Q. How much of what I donate actually goes toward a van?

A. Make Me Mobile has very low overheads. We estimate that about 97% of the money that you donate will go towards purchasing vans for clients in need.  The other 3% goes towards administration and other fund raising ideas.  No one at Make Me Mobile takes a wage.  We are all volunteers. 

Q. What is to stop the client form selling the van?

A. Nothing... but the client can only get the NDIS to modify a vehicle every 10 years.


* Make Me Mobile also has the right of first offer to buy back the vehicle, so we will know when its being sold 

* the vehicle will belong to the client and not the Parents/Guardian/Carer.

Q. Does the NDIS pay the clients vehicle insurance?

A. No.  This needs to be paid by the client from their income or their pension.

Q. Does the NDIS pay the registration fee for the clients van?

A. No but in NSW registration is free for anyone on a pension. Check with your State transport department.

Q. Does the NDIS pay for the servicing of the van.

A. No.  This needs to be budgeted buy the client/parents/guardians/carers from the clients income or pension.  We are looking into this.

Q. When should I apply for Make Me Mobile funding?

A. You should send Make Me Mobile an email to let us know you are applying for NDIS funding for vehicle Modification. This will make us aware of your intention to have Make Me Mobile fund your vehicle. You should download Make Me Mobile Client Questionnaire and send it back to us once you have completed it. You should also download our Privacy Policy and Terms of Funding to familiarise yourself with our policies.  These can be found in Supporting Documents on this website. Make Me Mobile will then wait for your NDIS funding approval.  After your NDIS Modification funding has been approved, Make Me Mobile will assess how much funding we have and let you know where you sit in the que for our funding.

Q. Does it have to be a KIA?

A. Your circumstance will be considered but otherwise yes.

Q. Do I have to be NDIS approved?

A. Yes.  You must be NDIS approved for vehicle modification funding in order to be eligible for Make Me Mobile funding.

Q. How long does it take to get a wheelchair access vehicle?

A.  It can vary. Currently it generally takes 3 months for the modification.  Currently it is taking 10 months to get a KIA into the country.  

Q. Who will be doing the modification?

A. Freedom Motors is our preferred supplier but if they can't keep up with the demand we will be seeking assistance from other modifiers.

Q. What will it cost me?

A. If approved the NDIS will pay for the modification and if approved and we have the funding Make Me Mobile pay for the van . Anything outside these two parameters we cannot comment on.


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